Leadership for Regulators - PDA1028
The past few decades have witnessed an array of natural experiments with regulation. Through these experiments, we have learned that neither traditional command-and-control regulation nor the free market provides satisfactory answers to the increasingly complex and serious problems that confront the world. Global pandemics, technological changes, and climate change all require a new kind of regulatory leadership.
Leadership for Regulators provides participants with the skills to combine sharp analytical insights with evidence concerning contexts and problems, and develop their ability to work closely with stakeholders in designing and implementing regulatory reforms. Participants are exposed to the latest theories of best practice regulation and relevant and stimulating case studies and expert speakers. Participants also have the opportunity to further develop these skills through a work-based project, receiving a Monash University micro-credential on completion.
Accelerate your qualification
Upon successful completion of the assessment version of this course, which includes university-level assessment tasks, you will receive a Certificate of Completion from the Faculty of Arts, Monash University. This will involve the completion of an assessed work-based project, which will require an extra hour of attendance each Thursday during the course.
We recognise this certification to the value of 6 credit points (one unit) towards further postgraduate study for Master of Public Policy (MPP) OR Graduate Certificate in Public Policy.
$2,400 with assessment
$2,090 non-assessed participation